Your No 1 Spot For Welding Tips, Info and Gear

Spot Welding web site has many welding resources for business, trades people, industry and manufacture, including welding processes and welding equipment. We also have information for those seeking employment, new careers and welding jobs. Employment and career opportunities for welders are many and are in many industry groups.

Repair and maintenance in industries such as mining and oil is huge with a big demand for Mig Welding and Tig welding. Personnel are also sought after in felids in civil construction, machinery, ship building, agriculture, food processing, automotive, furniture, gates, fences and many more. With the relative scarcity of trained welders in many regions of the country many large company’s offer welding schools and tuition to upskill people for specialised welding types and precision processes such as underwater welding.

Check out our welding equipment section in the directory to locate welders, the best welding helmets, safety equipment and other welding supplies. Or maybe your interested in finding specialized  equipment and welding processes such as micro, laser, and precision welding in our suppliers section.  In addition to all the resources in the directory we also have tips, articles, and how to weld information.

This welding site is to help provide you with an understanding of virtually all the welding and cutting processes used in production fabrication and repair, including newer technologies as in plastic welding.. Our articles section will cover the welding theory and operation fundamentals, welding equipment used and the various techniques involved.

The advance in technology and the need for better productivity require that manufacturers need to seriously review and adopt the use of welding robots and welding manipulators. The challenge of finding enough highly skilled welders to fill a sudden, large order for instance can make or break a business so they need for welding services in this area is in constant demand. To keep up with the advance of cheap labor in other countries automation and specialized welding are essential.

As an affiliate and an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. This page may contain affiliate links.